[U.S.] Corona Vaccine to be Paid for from May… $130 per dose for 30 million people without medical insurance.

“On May 30, the U.S. Biden administration announced its intention to lift the declaration of a national state of emergency on May 11 due to the spread of the new coronavirus.
This will end three years and two months after it was issued in March 2020.

Since many people have been vaccinated or have acquired a certain level of immunity through infection, and since therapeutic drugs are now widely available, it is believed that the government has decided that this is the right time to shift to measures for normal times.

With the end of the national emergency declaration, the public health emergency will also end, so vaccinations and tests will be charged for, and
medical insurance. After the end of the state of emergency, the challenge will be to deal with the 30 million people who do not have medical insurance.


On January 30, the Biden administration announced that it plans to lift on May 11 the public health emergency and national emergency declarations it has issued to deal with the spread of the new coronavirus.
Vaccines and tests that are now available free of charge will increasingly have to be paid for, and this is likely to have a significant impact, especially on those who do not have medical insurance.

According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides medical information, vaccines, test kits, and
According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides medical information, vaccines, test kits, and medications are currently free of charge for those without medical insurance, but it is expected that some cases will be self-paid.

While there are many differences between different types of medical insurance, many will be covered by insurance if they have medical insurance.

According to the Associated Press, Pfizer says that after government purchases end, its own vaccinations will cost $130 per dose.


200,000 yen per dose if you call an ambulance in the US.

(130 yen to the one dollar)

Who wants to be vaccinated?

I thought it was cheap for the US.

“What? You don’t want to hit it if there’s a charge?
Was that the extent of your importance?”

Japan would be the same way.

Japan should charge a fee too.

“Isn’t that cheap for America?
Wasn’t it like a hundred thousand a day in the hospital?”

I heard it’s about the same price in Japan. What’s the point of having a national health insurance system?

“Don’t worry. 
America is a litigious society.
If you sue someone who didn’t wear a mask and contracted it…
“You’ll get enough money to build a house.”

I don’t think I’ll get it on my own.

No one’s going to pay for this.

“Oh, no.
Is there only about 10% of the population in the US without health insurance?
“Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no.
I’m sure there’s a lot of stopgap measures in place.”

I guess vaccinations aren’t covered by insurance, I don’t know.

That’s 30 million people that aren’t in it. I thought that was surprisingly small.

“It’s bad enough if you don’t get the vaccine, even if you have to pay for it.
The new corona is quite dangerous.”

War and disease are business.

Uninsured, this is surprisingly cheap.

“So the vaccine’s turn is over.
Japan’s going to move to Class V on the same day, huh, that’s easy to understand.
I guess they decided in Davos anyway, the food crisis is next.”

Considering the cost of living, it’s cheap.

“Japan should start charging a fee too.
Taxes don’t just fall from the sky.”

What? How much is the Japanese government paying for each bottle now?

They should charge for both the test and the vaccine.

“If it’s that scary corona, it’s best not to get infected.
But you’ve been spreading the infection because you’re comfortable with the fact that you’ve had the vaccine.

“We’ll charge a fee, most people won’t vaccinate, infection explodes, we’ll make it free after all, everyone vaccinate.
So much for the default line.”

“Cheaper than I thought.
I wonder if the cost of the procedure is not included?”

I’m sure there aren’t that many people in the US who are vaccinated in the first place.

Nobody’s going to vaccinate themselves against this garbage, so what does it matter?

“Israel, which was supposed to be the leading vaccine country, nobody vaccinates anymore.
Almost zero since last fall, and only two people were vaccinated on January 29th.”

“The mutant strains since BA.5 have improved their ability to attach to ACE2, so they’re like a pendulum swinging back to their ancestors and becoming highly toxic like the Delta strain used to be.
The Japanese people are vaccinated, so they are statistically weakened relatively.
Those who haven’t been vaccinated suffer as if they were infected with the delta strain.”

“Lately, a lot of people have that wet cough of pneumonia.
The ones who can’t sleep at night because of the pain.”

“More and more people are going to have to pay for vaccines and tests that are now free, especially for those who don’t have medical insurance.

In the U.S., it’s a lot harder to get to the hospital.
In Japan, it’s 30% of the cost.”

“What’s the normalization of society?
Does it mean they were waiting for us to get bored?”

By vadesu

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